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Geoff

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    The OFFICIAL HH Geoffadillo!
  • Birthday 05/09/1979

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    Australia
  • Interests
    Surfing, taking photos of cool stuff, eating nachos, snorkelling, footy (NRL), beer, intercourse, reading if I ever get the chance, writing if I ever get the chance, music...

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    Cauterize
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    So Far from Real/Paper Wings/Disguises

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  1. Geoff

    Motley Crue back in the studio

    I love 'Dr Feelgood' too, mate, but what about all their other albums? This was easily their most consistent, but all their others probably have more "good" songs than "great." Don't get me wrong, I love the band. But there is a lot of just "good" stuff in their discography.
  2. Geoff

    Motley Crue back in the studio

    Holy shit, double awesome news thread. I didn't know about the movie, so that's awesome news itself. Add to that some new tunes, and I'm a happy individual. As for there being no in-between, isn't most of Motley Crue's stuff in between, lol? Seriously, though. They have a solid amount of cool stuff and very little shit stuff. But a whole shitload of stuff in between!!
  3. Thanks... tacky as all heck, but cool tune.
  4. Did he do anything else, or was this it? Can't see anything else on the main page of this site.
  5. Geoff

    Jon Waite - 'Mask Of Smiles' (1985)

    All those other early solo albums are pretty cool. Not perfect, at all, but good stuff on them. This one, not so much.
  6. Geoff

    Take Cover

    This is a really awesome band I more or less stumbled across accidentally. If you like stuff like Boy Like Girls' first two albums, this is well worth checking out. Nice big catchy choruses all over the place. Because of the generic band name it's a bit hard to really find out everything about them, but as far as I can tell they have these releases; Take Cover EP (2008) The Last Word (2009) Waiting In the Moment - EP (2010) The Dreamer and the Realist (2011) Here's a few of my favourite songs;
  7. What's the general thought on this one? Seems to me you could almost pinpoint this album as the point where he "blew it," commercially. I'm not quite old enough to know exactly how he went in the 80's, but after such a massive hit with 'Missin' You' he had a pretty great platform to re-insert himself into the limelight, but there's barely a useable single on this. I read that the opener, 'Every step of the way' and the limp 'Welcome to paradise' were singles, but neither did too well. I think the two balladic numbers in 'Just Like Lovers' and 'The Choice' are both okay but the entire album is just completely devoid of any commercial appeal. Which is not to say that's a bad thing, or even something he considered. Maybe he purposely went this way as he didn't want another big smash hit... but I find it a really odd, bland album. What do people think of it?
  8. Many people heard this one? It's a little bit up and down, but jeez there's some impressive songs on here, with a great production for 1985. Here's a few of my favourite songs on it;
  9. Well hombres, isn't this one a fine album? I think I kind of skipped this over as their first two albums are so weak/average... but jeez did they turn up for this one. Have many folk here heard it? I really like 'Carrie Why' and 'Blame it on my heart.' Other gems are 'You don't want me,' 'You're All That Really Matters' and 'So Cool (Nobody's Fool).' But overall, it's a good, enjoyable listen. Reading up a bit more on these guys, I read they split up in 1986 after this album didn't give them the success they desired. Then, in a twist which I find mind-blowing, the lead singer, Franke Previte wrote the massive hit 'Hungry Eyes' and he also co-wrote '(I've had) The time of my life.' Both were obviously massive hits in 1987 on the 'Dirty Dancing' soundtrack. I guess that set him up for life, but shame we never heard from him again in terms of musical output. Anyway, I found that quite interesting.
  10. His albums have been getting steadily worse since the one good one he had... and they were awful before that too.
  11. Geoff

    Kissin' Dynamite - Ecstasy

    'Waging war' is a good tune - second best on the album after 'Still Around,' imo. Those two songs are the clear stand outs on the disc.
  12. i especially hands enjoy if and sex they hair with have and men nice teeth i especially hands enjoy if and sex they hair with have and men nice teeth Okay, so it's definitely a Mac issue as I just jumped on my wife's PC and it works fine. Grrr. Why is Apple so f*cking difficult?!
  13. Oh shit, how do I find that out? The website is ausphotography.net.au - don't know if you can tell from that, but that's beyond my realm of understanding. So when this board was updated to the new format, it was changed from the old one and now handles these lists differently? Or is it really somehow just me and something I'm doing here?
  14. Just tested posting a list on another forum I frequent (a photography one - not music related) and it worked perfect. As it did on the old HH website. Is there some little tweak that's changed that I can alter somehow from the last site to now?
  15. Geoff

    Top-5 2018 (at the moment)

    So out of curiosity, gents, which are the gems I'm missing out on that are so much better than these two? Curious as heck.
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